ganache (6115) - New Jersey, USA - FEB 24, 2018 scarletfire65 (1546) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 18, 2015
3 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 12/20
Draft at Washington St. Ale House in Wilmington. The aroma is toasty malts. Tastes a bit fruity, berryish, toasted white bread, black Lipton iced tea, dry finish. Standard.
12oz can from WineWorks. Pour very pale, dull orange with a bit of copper and gold in it, head is soapy off-white. Watery medium body with medium spice, light bitterness, light sweetness, touch of grain, thin malt that barely overcomes the water level. Just a hint of orange / fruit from the hops, touch of soap and resin in the feel, touch of dryer softener. Not offensive, but think I'd recommend passing. [2018.02.23: 2.3] jgb9348 (6655) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - JAN 30, 2018
Fairly hazy deep copper and bronze coloured body with a rich, single centimetre tall tan head on top - quite nice looking. Aroma of grass, fresh yeast, some soap, a touch of herbs and a dose of light cleanser. Light to Medium-bodied; Rather soapy flavour at first with some fresh yeast notes, a bit of citrus and herbs, a dose of alcohol, some grassy kicks and finishing with a lightly unfinished biscuit, wort and grain flavour that still shows some cleanser near the end. Overall, a relatively deep and astringent beer with more of the cleanser, citrus, grain and especially soapy flavours than anything else with some very light sweetness on the end, some other funk and grain throughout and a grassy kick that is pungent at the very tail end. Not really recommended as this seems quite amateur and the soapy and cleanser notes make this more of a lower brewpub quality beer than anything that should ever have been canned. I sampled this twelve ounce can purchased from Food Lion in Onley, Virginia on the Eastern Shore on 27-January-2018 for US$1,67 sampled at home in Washington just two days later on 29-January-2018. Jpmercer (114) - shakopee, Minnesota, USA - JAN 21, 2018
Our take on the classic American Pale Ale. A crisp, clean, light bodies brew with low hop bitterness. Brewed with American 2-row barley malt and Cascade hops. Super drinkable and refreshing. The name stems from our love of the beach and waves crashing on the shore.
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Hazy aber with a decent-sized beige head.
Strong, mixed fruit aroma....like a dry fruit cake.
Very sweet grain malt, fruit-cocktail syrup taste.
Not beery at all.....like a drink mix.....with a touch of fruit-peel bittering.
Odd.....starts, almost OK, then gets a little "garbagey". shrubber85 (11772) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - NOV 4, 2017
Can. Orange biscuit malt and orange peel aroma. Slightly hazy golden yellow with large off-white head. Lightly sweet orange biscuit malt and moderately bitter orange peel/quinine flavor. Light body.
hopdog (13315) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 13, 2017
On tap at Fins. Poured a golden color with a thin sized off white head. Citrus and a bit toasty. 05barnold (52) - Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 28, 2017
Poured from a can in OCMD. Frothy white head that thins quickly. Definitely not my favorite pail ale. Wouldn't purchase again. There is something off in the hop flavor that I can't put my finger on.
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Hazed amber appearance with a large off white head and very good lacing. Subdued aroma of crackers and soft fruit. Inoffensive taste that did little to distinguish itself other than to maintain a good balance between the crisp malts and understated hops. Hops showed up a bit more assertively in the aftertaste. Medium-to-light bodied, moderately carbonated mouthfeel with a short lived finish. Tstamba (786) - Maryland, USA - NOV 1, 2016
Our take on the classic American Pale Ale style: A clean, crisp, light bodied beer, with a mild hop
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